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GoldSeek Web Radio: Jeffrey Nichols and Kevin Kerr, and your host Chris Waltzek

By: Chris Waltzek, Radio

 -- Published: Monday, 19 September 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

Featured Guests

Jeffrey Nichols & Kevin Kerr


  • Jeffrey Nichols, Senior economist of Rosland Capital returns with his latest insights on the financial markets and the geopolitical drama.
  • His work indicates that once the $1,400 gold hurdle is surpassed, the former bull market return in all of its glory, ascending over $2,000.
  • Positive seasonal factors will continue to add upward momentum to the sector, due to demand stemming from Christmas, Hanukkah and Indian festivities.
  • Investors in newly affluent China will cause retailers to increase stockpiles.
  • Despite the remarkable 2016 rally, gold remains a de facto value relative to US equities, making gold an enticing bargain opportunity.
  • Large financial institutions / hedge funds / pension funds are turning to the relatively tiny PMs sector as an alternative to pricey shares / bonds.
  • Solid population growth in China / India will virtually insure robust future demand for the PMs.
  • Kevin Kerr of Kerr Trading International rejoins the show, with positive comments on the upcoming September 30th, US Federal Budget.
  • The current budget deficit exceeds $107 billion, the persistent issue implies the potential for challenging economic conditions on a national scale.
  • Many top guests on this show have championed the idea of a balanced US Federal budget, including Dr. Ron Paul.
  • Unfortunately, the issue remains political kryponite, anathema to the election process.
  • The similarities between the current US equities indexes and that of 2008 are chilling.
  • 2016 is also a Presidential year, with the potential for another 2008-2009 like Great Recession / market meltdown.
  • The duo conclude that every investment portfolio should be positioned / hedged against potential selling.
  • The bottom is in place for the PMs sector, while silver is poised to yield exceptional gains.
  • Among the key drivers sending investors flooding into the PMs sector, continued Brexit-like events in the EU and the potential for negative rates in the US.
  • Despite record crude oil supply levels, the sector could spike to as high as $65 should the CRB commodities index rally persist.

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Chris Waltzek

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Kevin Kerr, is a TV and radio investment advisor, his unparalleled expertise in futures and commodities has made him a regular contributor to news outlets like CNBC, CNN, FOX News, CBS Evening News, Nightly Business Report and many others. Recently, he was even featured on Jon Stewart's The Daily Show. What's more, Kevin has traded commodities professionally for the last 19+ years.Kevin is heard frequently on radio stations throughout the country and Kevin is a columnist and newsletter editor with Dow Jones MarketWatch, where he's been quoted weekly since 1999.Kevin began his career on Wall Street in 1989 acting as a currency arbitrage clerk on the former New York Cotton Exchange and has worked on and owned seats on several of the Commodities Exchanges in North America. In 1993, Mr. Kerr joined Intercapital Brokers, in New York and London, trading OTC commodity swaps and options predominantly in the energy and metals sectors. In 2002, Mr. Kerr, began his newsletter and trading education career with Weiss Research in West Palm Beach Florida and later with Agora Financial in Baltimore. Mr. Kerr resides with his wife and daughter in their homes in New England and Estonia.

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Jeffrey Nichols

Rosland Capital

Jeffrey Nichols is recognized as one of the world's top experts in the economics and finance of precious metals. He has been a keynote speaker a dozens of investment and industry conferences, corporate meetings, and private company events around the world.

As managing director of American Precious Metals Advisors (APMA), he provides expert analysis of the economics of precious metal markets and offers strategic consulting and market research services to a wide range of corporate clients.

He has worked with mining companies on financing and investor relations, served as a director of two public companies, managed a mining-related mutual fund, and advised industry associations, national mints, central banks, and jewelry manufacturers.

Website: please click here.


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